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1776 





1976 



How can we explain the noted refusal of our Nation's 
Father to publicly expose his pearly whites? Many claim it 
was because he was condemned to wear a special denture which 
upon the slightest giggle might spring out of his mouth, or 
reveal the fact that his teeth actually belonged to a hippo. 

This is fact, and it is also fact that 200 years ago Den- 
tistry ranked lowest among all healing arts. There existed no 
Dental Schools, no form of organization or guidelines and no 
principles or precedent. Dentistry instead came from an assembly 
of barbers, tooth drawers, surgeons and charlatans. (Is it 
conceiveable that Dr. Freeway was fighting for his space during 
those Dark Ages of Dentistry?) 

Thus began American Dentistry; and it has been 200 years of 
American Dentistry that have made many aware of its vast future, 
2 00 years of American Dentistry that have left many proud and 
some frustrated. It is through this yearbook that we wish to 
bring to light 200 years of American Dentistry. 

A. Weisenfeld 
J. Sher 




DEDICATION 



The man to whom this year's edition of our yearbook is dedicated brings to mind some words written 
by Miguel Cervantes, seemingly for him, when he said, "No man is more than another, unless he does 
more than another." For this is truly a man who has distinguished himself by doing more. This man is 
Dr. Jerome Zane. 

Dr. Zane has traveled a great part of our journey through school and he has continually demonstrated 
an acute awareness of both our clinical and personal needs. He has consistently encouraged us to strive 
for that highest degree of perfection which will someday help us approach excellence in our chosen pro- 
fession. His unique manner of approaching our clinical uncertainties as a teaching experience with its 
main objective being comprehension and eventual perfection, have made all of us his gracious admirers. 

It seems then natural that our memories of school have mention of such a special person. 

Therefore, it is with a great deal of pleasure, gratitude, and honor that we, the graduating class of 
1976, dedicate our yearbook to Dr. Jerome Zane, the teacher, the man, and our friend. 

David Drohan 





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TO THE CLASS OF 1976 



On behalf of the faculty and the supporting staff I extend to the Class of 1976 the happiest congrat- 
ulations on having earned the degree of Doctor of Dental Surgery and I offer the warmest welcome as a 
full-fledged member of the dental profession. 

Yours is an especially noteworthy class — THE CLASS OF '76 — THE BICENTENNIAL 
CLASS! But it is not the historical factor alone which clothes your class with a unique and memorable 
mantle! Rather, it is the pride with which we identify your class, based on superior scholastic attain- 
ments, mature professionalism and unselfish contributions to the community. 

Forgive me however, for emphasizing that the happiness of graduation must be tempered with the 
realization that as a health professional you have inherited a huge responsibility, namely, that of con- 
stantly improving your knowledge and skills by a continuous program of on-going education, one which 
only ends with termination of life. 

I am confident that our faculty has succeeded in firmly implanting the ideals of dentistry but what is 
more important, I have the utmost faith that your careers will create admirable reflections of dental edu- 
cation at Columbia University and that we will constantly derive pride from this Class of '76! 

EDWARD V. ZEGARELLI, D.D.S. 
Dean 




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EDMUND APPELBAUM, D.D.S. 
1899-1975 

IN MEMORIUM 



We, the Class of 1976, with respect and appreciation remember Professor 
Edmund Appelbaum. He was our teacher. Joining the original school in 1926, he 
came to the School of Dental and Oral Surgery at the Medical Center in 1928. He 
perservered through the vagueries of the administration of nine Deans. 

Great names in science shaped his career; Dr. Horace Wood — the eminent 
paleontologist, William Gregory, Milo Hellman, Charles Boedecker, Moses Dia- 
mond and Daniel Ziskind; and Dr. Appelbaum became a colleague of the great 
names in his field; Weinman, Schour, Gottlieb, Orban, and Kronfeld. Dr. Appel- 
baum became their respected equal. 

Edmund Appelbaum loved dentistry, all of dentistry. One of his favorite 
stories relates how Balint Orban came upon him one day in the office he shared 
with Moses Diamond, as he was finishing an inlay casting. Eagerly seizing the 
piece, Orban said to Diamond, "How wonderful it is to find a histologist who can 
cast a perfect inlay." 

He was unquestionably one of the first true dental scientists. He maintained, 
with Boedecker, the reality of the organic matrix of enamel, when the entire 
profession openly derided the concept. He founded the field of microradiography 
and his work in this field established the morphological basis for the current use 
of fluoridation to decrease the incidence of dental caries. 

We knew Edmund Appelbaum in his twilight years. We knew a kind and 
helpful man who possessed a special insight into the problems of the learner. One 
would never know that this man, who always 
had enough time for each one of us, was the 
same man who helped to embed dentistry as a 
respected, scientific profession. The students of 
the School of Dental and Oral Surgery will miss 
and remember him. 



Excerpts of the above are from the 
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Long Island University, B.S 





Not the fact avails, 
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THE BETTER HALVES 



. . .and who earned the money for room and board? 
Who paid for the movies and popcorn on Saturday night? 
Who sat and listened to hours of complaints and griping? 



YEA, WHO? 



The spouses of course! 
We would like to dedicate the following pages to the real 
motivating force behind this degree and we thank you. 

Now, may I borrow 5 bucks please and oy, did 

I tell you about that damn inlay. . . 




Alice Cramer 





Marlene Eisenberg 




Rachele Goldsmith 



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Cathy Behrens R.D.H. 





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Kathy Keene R.D.H, 





Ruth Moses R.D.H. 



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MASTERS 



Peggy Teru Tsutusi, R.D.H. 





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CAMERA SHY 

Phebe Blitz, R.D.H. 
Rosemarie Crystal, R.D.H. 
Cheryl Stokes Masklee, R.D.H. 
Linda Platnick, R.D.H. 
Mahzad Zahra Vahidi, R.D.H. 



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Lynnae Anderson-Swan 
Thelma Betsch 
Joyce Blutrich 
Barbara Brown 
Noel Cahan 
A. Iliene Corcoran 
Suzanne D'Anna 
Eileen Doody 
Paula Drew 
Sheila Egan 
Gail Feraca 
Joann Goldsmith 
Janet Greenwald 
Ellen Kahn 
Francine Luizzi 
Toni-Ann Maihofer 
Susan Meyer 
Kathryn Miller 
Elizabeth Onik 
Randy Portnoy 
Cecelia Preziose 
Debra Rick 
Mary Catherine Ryan 
Barbara Santini 
Robyn Schauder 
Betty Siegel 
Irene Stenzler 
Beth Ann Stolar 
Laura Weisenfeld 
Katherine Zugzda 



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Remember me to Herald Square, 

Tell all the gang at Forty-second 

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PLAY YOUR HUNCH 

May I have your attention please. There will be no more talking. The following test 
has been devised by N.E.R.D.S . to test your dental trivia background and faculty rapport. 

Each picture has one and only one answer, although some may have two or three. Your 
score will be computed on correct responses and you will not be penalized for incorrect 
answers. . .except if answer is wrong. 

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Dr Scrivani 


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Dr Mandel 


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Doc Holiday 


4. 


Dr Boelstler 


5. 


Dr G.V. Black 


6. 


Doc Medich 


7. 


Dr Cedarbaum 


8. 


Dr Abelson 


9. 


Dr Brzustowicz 


10. 


Dr Zane 


11. 


Dr Doolittle 


12. 


Dr Breakstone 


13. 


Dr Seuss 


14. 


Dr Brzustowicz, 


15. 


Dr Sweet 


16. 


Dr Lucca 


17. 


Dr Schwartz 


18. 


Dr Frankenstein 


19. 


Dr Rudensky 


20. 


Dr Kildare 


21. 


Dr. Uccellani 


22. 


Dr Freeman 



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number of incorrect answers. 
SCORE: 15 or above -- impossible 
14 -- brownnose 
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FRESHMEN 






Charles Avrutik 
Peter Baracks 
Steven Blonder 
Anita Bodnar 
Salvatore Bonanno 
Lazarus Camesas 
Vincent Capasso 
Louis Colacicco 
Marietta Donohue 
David Ehrenberg 
Berdj Feredjian 
Lewis Gross 
Joseph Guilliano 
Claudia Hohn 
Larry Honigman 
John Hulbrock 
Olga Hussakowsky 
Thomas Kovats 
Stewart Lazow 
Irving Lebovics 
Ann Lee 
Fred Leess 
Robert Lewando 
Robert Malkin 
Asher Mansdorf 
Natalie Marchalonis 
Cheryl Marcus 
Howard Markowitz 
Alex Martin 
Richard Merzer 
Michael Molnar 
Ronnie Myers 
Salvatore Mapoli 
Francis Masser 
John Nieskens 
June O'Reilly 
John Pati 
Terrence Reed 
Jonathan Roberts 
Phyllis Rosen 
Joy Schuchman 
Aaron Segal 
John Sopchak 
Rhona Stanley 
Lawrence Sullivan 
Michael Switkes 
Emanuel Tennenbaum 
Robert Tracey 
John Updegraff 
Stanley Weiss 
Neil Zane 



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Allen Avmtin 
Anthony Batko 
Mitchell Beck 
H i I lei Besdin 
Dennis Bohlin 
Daniel Budasoff 
Leslie Burnstein 
Patrick Carney 
Andrew Casterline 
Alice Chabora 
Kenneth Cheng 
Mary Concilio 
Dean Deluke 
Howard Deutsch 
John Dulski 
Kathryn Duncan 
Harry Dym 
Larry Feder 
Richard Fratello 
Joan Fisher 
Larry Genser 
Ronald Gerhard 
Gary Giacomelli 
Steven Glickman 
Deborah Griffin 
Frank lacono 
Jack Irwin 
Barbi Kantor 
Colleen Keefe 
Priscilla Konecky 
Cynthia Levine 
Gary Lobasso 
Robert Lomazzo 
Irene Marion 
April Merton 
Stanley Moshman 
Harvey Moskowitz 
Kenneth Murphy 
Neal Nissen 
Michael Rothstein 
Gilbert Rubin 
Peter Rumack 
Charles Samborski 
John Schmidt 
Joseph Shyong 
Rochelle Solomon 
Francis Stapleton 
Mark Tepper 
Lee Wexler 
Weston Wilson 
Peter Zegarelli 
Robert Ziccardi 



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Richard Amstutz 
Richard Blank 
Lawrence Busino 
Joseph Caruso 
Roger Cho 
Arnold Cochin 
Louis Cohen 
Michael Cohen 
Thomas Connolly 
Mark Coron 
Daniel De La Torre 
Charles Dermody 
Roger Desroches 
George DiLisio 
Camille DiPaola 
Robert Dutton 
Gary Edenson 
Victor Edmond 
Bruce Eisenberg 
Marvin Ernst 
Steven Farley 
Kenneth Fellerman 
Dara Frankel 
Yisrahel Gellman 
Bruce Goldenberg 
Alex Grant 
Leland Grant 
Karen Hammer 
Andrew Hauser 
Howard Horowitz 
Howard Israel 
Lois Jackson 
Claudia Kaplan 
Kevin Kelly 
Steve Klein 
Michael Kurtz 
Paul Legunn 
Michelle Lipman 
Charles Lipenholtz 
Richard Low 
Alexander Luisi 
Fredrick Luzietti 
David Ostreicher 
Despina Pappas 
Webster Pilcher 
Allan Rosenblum 
John Salamone 
Karen Schulsinger 
Glenda Stearn 
Lawrence Tabak 
Salvatore Tangredi 
Vincent Tavormina 
Jane Taylor 
Brian Webber 
Robert Zahn 



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IR. NICHOLAS VERO 
IR. EMORY BARTA 




MR. JOHN CAMERON 
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2 00 years ago, Dean Zegarelli's Great Great 
Grandfather, Benjamin Frank Zegarelli II, 
signed for funds from the John Handcock In- 
surance Co. to establish a small dental clinic (and 
barber shop) on the upper west side. The endowment 
allowed young Benjamin the opportunity to purchase 
some dental chairs from Revere's Dental Supply, 
Boston, Mass. These chairs can be viewed still in 
use on the 9th floor clinic. 



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History repeated itself this past year when Dr. Zegarelii and Dr. Cain received 
a check for 51,000,000 from the Samuel J. and Evelyn L. Wood Founda- 
tion, Inc. to help fund the new dental facility in Vanderbuilt Clinic. Addition- 
al funds from HEW of S4.5 million and %2 million from New York State will enable 
these men to purchase chairs to last another 2 00 years. 



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YEARBOOK STAFF 



EDITORS-IN-CHIEF 

PHOTOGRAPHY EDITOR 
LAYOUT EDITORS 

COPY EDITOR 
ART EDITOR 
BUSINESS EDITORS 

HYGIENE EDITORS 

PHOTOGRAPHERS 



Andrew Weisenfeld 
Jay Sher 

George Hribar 

John Fox 
Nanette Feil 
Nancy Hong 
Thomas McClelland 

Harry Lewner 

Jay Sher 

Peter Koch 
Richard Kaplan 

Barbara Schwaid 
Sandra Demby 

Kenneth Goldsmith 
Andrew Weisenfeld 
George Hribar 
Neal Hammer 
Ralph Berk 
Neal Fassberg 
Stuart Feintuch 
Leonard Salonsky 
Dan De La Torre 
Dan Budosoff 
Sandra Demby 
Laura Weisenfeld 
Mike Perrino 



center ad on p. 151 obtained with permission from "National 
Lampoon" 2/76 

end page denture photo obtained from Vick/Clark reprint from 
"Smithsonian Magazine" 

photographs of Revolutionary figureheads were obtained from 
special 1776 issue of "Time" 

photographs of Early American Dentistry were taken at Smith- 
sonian Institution by A. Weisenfeld 



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It is with great excitement that we announce 

the publication of a major work destined to stand 

as a classic in the field of art scholarship. 



PRESENTING the 32-volume Encyclopedia of Teeth in Art, 
the result of the combined efforts of a score of the world's 
foremost an historians, -critics, and educators working in 
conjunction with an international board of dentists, orthodon- 
tists, and dental technicians. 

Within its handsome simulated leatherette binding you will 
find literally hundreds of absorbing entries, such as 

"The Root Canals of Venice" by Bernard Herenson 
"Concerning Stubhss Horses and Canines by Dore Ashton 
"Edward Hopper: Overbite or Undcrrcach ? " by Lloyd 
Goodrich 



"Reexamining Cezanne s Brushwork" by Sir Herbert Read 

All are readable, lucid, authoritative All arc accompanied 
by stunning reproductions of paintings, sculptures, and X-rays, 
many as large as 8 inches by S inches A full2,000of the plates arc 
in color And the scope of the entries is truly broad, from 
"Hogarth's The Seven Stages of Decay" to 'Seventeenth Centu- 
ry Colonial Paintings of Indentured Servants." 

It is with no small amount of pride that we announce this to 
be the most complete study of its kind ever published, a 
32-volumc library and "gallery'' for the home 



"^Encyclopedic and definitive..!' 



Saturday Review 




"A bracing accomplishment " 

John Canaday, New York Times 
"The most compelling tooth-history of art 
since Vasan's. Cuspid and Psyche " 

John Rcwald, NY. Review of Books 
"Impacted with wisdom incisive 

Aesthetico Dentum 
"Impressively complete The entries on 
ancient Tartar plaques and brush enamels arc 
highly sensitive and well-polished " 

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Application for Membership in The William Jarvie Society 



Name: 



A. Lateral Incisor 



Class: 



1978 



Undergraduate School(s): 

(1) GED High School equivalency. 

(2) LaSalle Extension School via correspondence. 

Undergraduate Research: 

(1) Field research in sexual tendencies. 

(2) Petrified plaque study in Incan mummies. 

Publications: 

(1) "Asexual Propagation of Gourds, in vitro", American f -uurd , Hay 

•72. 
(2)"The 15-8-14 Enamel Hatchet as a Close Combat Weapon" Modern 
Warfare , October '73. 
Honors: 

(1) East Coast Beer Chugging Champion, NCAA, 1972. 

(2) Intramural Free Styie Fart Champion '73* 




Degree(s) received: 
HMD, MDD, DMD, MDM 
Graduate School(s): 
ECPI 

Graduate Research: 
(l) "Removal of Arachnoid Granulations with a Ward's Carver", 
(unpublished ) . 

Publications: 

( 1 ) A Programmed Course in Stat i s tics for Pre - School Studen ts 

Honors: 

(1) FBI's MOST WANTED LIST, Fall and Spring Terms, '72, Spring '73, 

Degree(s) Received: 



Since enrolling in Dental School, have you been engaged in any research activities? 
If so, please describe briefly: 



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(1) "Dentistry and the Occult", New England Journal of Witchcraft , 

November ' 74 . 

(2) "Gravel as an Oral Ablution for the Prevention of Pellicle", 

Decay , January '75. 

(3) "Reparative Procedures for Gravel Damaged Dentitions", Decay , 

February-June (serial form) '75. 



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The Eta Chapter of ALPHA Omega extends congratulations and best wishes 
for a long and successful career to the class of 1976 Columbia University 
School of Dental & Oral Surgery. 



Ralph Berk 
Jeffrey Blumenthal 
Robert Eisenberg 
Dara Frankel 
Bruce Goldenberg 
Howard Horowitz 



Lois Jackson 
Steven Klein 
Harry Lewner 
Leonard Salonsky 
Terence Smith 



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It is with great pleasure that the members of the gamma lambda 
chapter of Psi Omega extend to the graduates of the class of 1976 our 
hearty congratulations on your graduation, and our best wishes for a 
long and successful career in our noble profession. 



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Kenneth Capasso 
Gary Cramer 
Joseph DeFilippo 
David Drohan 
Nanette Feil 
John Fox 
Steven Glickman 
Nancy Hong 
George Hribar 
Syngcuk Kim 
David Knaus 
Robert Langford 
Dieter Leipert 
Thomas McClelland 
Michael Perrino 



William Riecker 
Michael Sabella 
Jeanette Clarke 
Dory Calev 
Joseph Tychostup 
Neal Fassberg 
Mark Coron 
Charles Dermody 
Salvatore Tangredi 
Joseph Caruso 
Robert Dutton 
Daniel DeLaTorre 
Marvin Ernst 
Andrew Hauser 
John Salamone 



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The Editorial Staff of the 1976 Dental Columbian wishes to thank the 
following persons for their contributions to the 1976 Dental Columbian 



Dr. David C. Abelson 

Dr. Jacob Abelson 

Dr. Barry Behrens 

Dr. Gerald H. Besen 

Dr. Roy Boelstler 

Ms. Erika Bothe 

Dr. Alvin T. Boyd 

Dr. Robert S. Breakstone 

Dr. & Mrs. Stanislaw Brzustowicz 

Dr. Edward A. Cain, Jr. 

Dr. Peter H. Cain 

Dr. Pandelis Camesis 

Dr. Henry Chang 

Dr. Edward Charpentier 

Dr. Sam Cohen 

Dr. & Mrs. Joseph A. Cuttita 

Dr. Daglian 

Dr. Dembrot 

Dr. Darakjian 

Dr. Martin G. Davis 

Dr. Kenneth Deesen 

Dr. DiCarlo 

Dr. DiSalvo 

Dr. Donovan 

Dr. Drew 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert Feil 

Dr. Fine 

Dr. Fineberg 

Dr. Marvin Firdman 

Mr. & Mrs. William F. Fox 



Dr. & Mrs. Stanley Freeman 

Dr. Joel Friedman 

Dr. Herbert D. Fritz 

Dr. George L. Glick 

Dr. Richard Gleidman 

Dr. Monroe Gleidman 

Dr. Joel Goldin 

Dr. Robert Goldman 

Mrs. Judy Goodrich 

Dr. Robert Gottsegen 

Dr. and Mrs. Alvin J. Grayson 

Dr. Albert Green 

Dr. Gutstein 

Dr. Nasser Habeeb 

Dr. Halpert 

Dr. and Mrs. Albert Holtzman 

Mrs. Etta Hong 

Dr. Sidney L. Horowitz 

Dr. Hribar, Sr. 

Dr. Jackier 

Dr. David Kaplan 

Dr. Frances Karlan 

Dr. Katz 

Dr. Marvin B. King 

Dr. Joel S. Kleiman 

Mrs. Marlene Klyvert 

Dr. John F. Kosinski 

Mr. and Mrs. Henry L. LaSauce 

Dr. Leavitt 

Dr. Levi 



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Dr. and Mrs. Mathew D. Levine 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lewner 

Dr. Lighter 

Dr. & Mrs. John J. Lucca 

Dr. W. Patrick Luckett 

Dr. Irwin Mandel 

Dr. Louis Mandel 

Dr. Lawrence Marder 

Dr. Joseph J. Marbach 

Mr. Michael J McGrath 

Ms. Dona Mckinney 

Ms. Patricia McLean 

Dr. & Mrs. Frank Mellana 

Dr. Alfred J. Mezza 

Dr. William J. Miller 

Dr. & Mrs. Robert Miner 

Dr. George A. Minervini 

Dr. Dennis N. Morea 

Dr. Abel Moreinis 

Ms. Patricia Morgan 

Drs. Melvin & Letty Salentijn Moss 

Dr. Musikant 

Dr. & Mrs. Henry Nahoum 

Dr. Irving Naidorf 

Dr. Neuhaus 

Ms. Johanne Odrrch 

Dr. Herbert P. Ostreicher 

Dr. & Mrs. J. Pianpiano 

Dr. Pleshette 

Dr. Raebeck 

Ms. Lindsay Rettie 

Dr. Rocco 

Dr. Jay Rothschild 

Dr. Rubins 



Dr. Rudensky 

Mr. & Mrs. Michael Sabella 

Dr. Stanley R. Sadies 

Dr. & Mrs. James J. Salem 

Dr. & Mrs. Roger Santise 

Dr. & Mrs. Michael B. Savin 

Dr. & Mrs. John M. Scarola 

Dr. Schiff 

Dr. & Mrs. Murray Schwartz 

Dr. & Mrs. Scrivani 

Mr. & Mrs. Burton Sher 

Dr. Morton Shapiro 

Dr. Robert Smirnow 

Dr. C. Solomon 

Dr. Marvin Solomon 

Dr. & Mrs. Charles A. Sweet Jr. 

Dr. Tarshis 

Dr. Dante Torres 

Dr. Ennio L. Uccellani 

Dr. Valentine 

Mr. Nicholas A. Vero C.D.T. 

Dr. & Mrs. Vero Jr. 

Dr. & Mrs. Albert H. Weisenfeld 

Dr. Bernard G. Williams 

Dr. Wotman 

Dr. & Mrs. Jerome A. Zane 

Dr. & Mrs. Edward V. Zegarelli 

Dr. & Mrs. David J. Zegarelli 

Dr. & Mrs. A. Zengo 

Anonymous 

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Mr. & Mrs. E. Blumenthal 

Mr. & Mrs. Isaac Calev 

Mr. & Mrs. Louis A. Capasso 

Mr. & Mrs. Edward Cramer 

Mr. & Mrs. Donald F. Drohan 

Mr. & Mrs. Sidney Eisenberg 

Annette & Hy Fassberg 

Mr. & Mrs. Louis Feren (Ralph Berk) 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Feintuch 

Mr. & Mrs. Glickman 

Mr. & Mrs. Bernard Goldsmith & 

Family 

Mr. & Mrs. George Greenberg 

Estelle & Frank P. Hill 

Mr. & Mrs. Arnold G. Kaplan 

Mr. & Mrs. Charles V. Kerecz 

Dr. & Mrs. Sung Yong Kim 

Mr. & Mrs. Henry Klein 



Mr. & Mrs. Joseph A. Knaus 

Mr. & Mrs. Irwin I. Krieger 

Mr. & Mrs. Edward P. Langford 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert Marvin 

Dr. & Mrs. D. Michnoff 

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Dr. Rocco 

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In Memory of George Smith 

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To All Members Of 

The Class of 1976 

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in the job we do, 
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At Jelenko, we understand 
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you're headed, 
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CLASSES OF 1976 



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CONGRATULATIONS! 
to the Class of 1976 

SIDNEY A. SASS 
ASSOCIATES INC. 
ADMINISTRATORS 



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COLUMBIA 
UNIVERSITY 



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Congratulations to the Class of '76 
On their graduation from 

Dental School at a critical — but promising 
Time in the history of the nation 
And the dental profession 




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Graduating Class 

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MAGNA LABORATORIES, INC., 



9 East 38th St., New York, N.Y. 
10016 (212) 532-2S10 



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Compliments of 

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Mfg. of Dental Instruments of Standard and Special 
Design 

256 S. 11th Street 
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CONGRATULATIONS 
1976 GRADUATES 



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If building your new office 
is the first time these 
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you may be in 
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Constructing your professional office takes 
teamwork. Quite bluntly, its absence could cost 
you a bundle. But you can't know the pitfalls if 
you've never built or remodeled an office before. 
So here's a few tips. 
You'll need . . . 

■ a registered dental architect experienced in 
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• a qualified interior designer skilled at blending 
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• a trained specialist to advise you on just the 
right equipment to suit your specific operating 
procedures 

• a certified builder to fulfill the design as you 
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• a reliable service representative to promptly 
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Congratulations to the Class of 1976 
With best wishes for success and continuing support 

from the 



ASSOCIATION OF COLUMBIA 
DENTAL ALUMNI 

Executive Board 1975-1976 



President Morton Shapiro '50 

Vice-President William Jacobs '45 

Secretary Sidney Shapiro '48 

Treasurer Richard Lichtenthal '62 

Editor Austin H. Kutscher '46 

Immediate 

Past Presidents Frances R. Karlan '49 

Matthew D. Levin '26 

Representatives Gerald E. Lederman '64 

of the Body Edgar Gattegno '45 

Irwin Dambrot '55 

Stanley Sadies '53 

Van Woert Fund Herman Ivanhoe '31 

Postgraduate Courses Morton Rennert '58 

Student Liaison Lawrence Marder '54 

Memorial Fund Nathaniel Diner . '38 

Class Representative Stanley Sadies . . '53 

Student Aid Joseph Cuttita . . '39 

Dinner Committee William Jacobs . . '45 

Representative to 

Federation Council Morton Shapiro . . '50 

ustee of Funds Arthur Kulick . . '26 

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CONGRATULATIONS 

1 976 is a memorable year for you as you near the start 
of your professional practice. Acquiring knowledge 
and sharing it is a very important part of our dental 
laboratory discipline . . . just as it will be for you as a 
dental practitioner . . . and we look forward to being 
helpful and to working with you to develop your pro- 
fessional career. 



Park. 

For dentists who 

believe there is more to 

restorations than just 

restoring. 



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PARK DENTAL STUDIOS. INC. 

19 West 34th Street ■ New York. N.Y. 10001 



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A su/irr on fashion of the period. Consulting a dentist was considered a fashionable fad of vain women. 

Copper etching reproduced from Iconographxa Odontotogica. Curt Proskauer, courtesy of Ceorg Otm$ Publishers. Htldesheim.